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AAA: The 50-Year Serendipitous Journey to Me with Dr. Sheila Dean (DSC Graduate 2010)

https://youtu.be/lLZdHE4vWDo

Hawthorn is pleased to welcome our first DSC program graduate (DSC 2010) Dr. Sheila Dean for her presentation The 50-year Serendipitous Journey to Me, on Hawthorn’s All About Alumni Webinar Series.

Dr. Dean will reveal a serendipitous journey as she shares her background and how she became drawn to holistic health and nutrition personally, professionally, and her educational journey. Sheila will detail her experience in Hawthorn’s Doctoral (DSc) program, and then dive deep into the amazing work and opportunities she had accomplished post graduation.

Dr. Sheila Dean, DSc, RD, LD, IFMCP is a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist and board certified integrative and functional medicine practitioner. She was the owner of Palm Harbor Center for Health & Healing, an integrative and functional medicine based private practice and wellness center in Palm Harbor, Florida for 17 years. A published author, national speaker and media spokesperson, Dr. Dean has taught nutrition science for over 21 years as adjunct professor at the University of Tampa, University of South Florida Morsani School of Medicine, Maryland University of Integrative Health, Schiller International University, Saybrook University and Saint Petersburg College. She is also the co-founder of IFNA™, the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy, (http://www.IFNAcademy.com) a comprehensive online training and mentoring program designed to teach health care practitioners how to seek the true root causes of disease to restore optimal health and function and ultimately transform the practice of nutrition using the most effective integrative and functional nutrition diagnostic tools and treatment protocols for preventing and reversing chronic illness.

Disclaimer: The webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.